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N. E CALME5 Editor and Publisher.
Eifternl i second uttr Febraary 8th.
tar? at the pottoSee al Mirioo. Keatackr. under
it Act e( Ccarresi of March j. iSrs.
One Dollar the Year in Advance.
CASH ADVERTISING RATES
j XT tack S C to Fcreu 4ttrtMrt
x rr iJfc S C tc Hax Albert iter
Meial be tij avel f , P.jm aal Electrv
Lecai e me
Local ice Pet .ae .a :. point trae
For State Senator:
J. R CATLETT.
MARION F. POGUE.
For Circuit Judge:
J. F. GORDON.
For Commonwealth Attorney:
JOHN L. GRAYOT.
We are authorized to announce
Judge THOS. J. NT NX.
as a candidate for Appellate
Judge of this, the First Appellate
Court District, subject to
the action of the Democatic
Party. Primary, first Tuesday
in November. 1909.
We are authorized to announce
MARION F. POGUE
a candidate for the onice of
Representative in the next General
Assembly, from the counties
of Crittenden and Livingston,
Hiss Clara Nunn Announces.
Havinc been requested by friend
of al! parties to aiU the nee for
eoenty Superintendent of School for
Critteadea county. 1 save decided
to announce myself a a eiadidate for
that e&ee and respectfully solicit tbe
support of the people of Critteadea
eunty, at the ov, eleetioa. 1909
The .MsSIng Word Contest.
Do not fail to look for the missiu
ord to be foani &y readies the
Marion ads. The ue;e eomias is
up to Saturday noos. will be placed
in a bat and well isixed. aad the
am correct guess drawn, by test
disinterested party, bliadfoled. froat
tbe hat. will receive the oae collar.
Send all :ses:e? to thii osee aad
n kT it three o loeV for the
Mr. J bo. Mclholliod, of .Sew
ock, who i; Pre ideat of the Fair.
. w Fler;pir Co.. ti as honored
isitor ia Manoa ltt week, xe w
Mi. D. C. Roberta, of Chieaso.
sho is ia the :b aad
-her aiiaes ia Cmteadea. They
were ia eaaea with the aembers of
ie eoapaaj aad are tt sack
( jeoarired over the fatare pro pec t?
'th iatwptr iadatry of
conatr They have both aioeej
id faith in the r lead, xiae aad
"ier?par of Critteadea
. aty. aad fee! the fatsre praeaecu
t be BBBaallv crisht.
r'ally apprrrtatta; the ho&or wWch
wiU'jbe col! erred upon St. Loci- by
toi asenib:age. the Ceateaaial A.
aad iu art
every eifort to provide
tataruiaaieat, aad the aad
daashtirs i tie riiuor will be
Tbe week wilt be a hay oae for
tbe aiavor and ta;a who aeeoi
and other noted visitors who may
have arrived will be asked to attend
After the luncheos an important conference
will be held at which the
principal topic of discussion will be
the commission"' form of municipal
government. It is expected that
talks will be made by mavors of cities
in which the ilin ilreidy is in oper
ttlAn MAtk)A M. w)lli mJ Hjj
vavu, uvtvac awvuk; blWU ill iC2 a
I Maid. Iowa.. xnA T.t
- - w
and opponents of the plan also will
'speak. The advisability of farther'
f oi ail conferences is under consid.
eratioo by the otacer of the Loague. ,
It is probable that at least one more, ,
Tuesday afternoon, on subjects to bej
selected, will be arranged. '
An invitation to and souvenir of
the Veiled Prophet ball will be
to each mayor who accepts an
invitation to attend the Centennial
celebration. The ball, Tues d a v
evening, will be held this vearin the
beautiful new Coliseum, instead or
the Merchant's Exchange, permit-tine
a larger ind more comfortable
attendance than ever heretofore.
The Business Men s Leacue, the
cmei organization ot oustne men
in St. Louis aad one of the strongest
bodies of its kind in the I aited
States, will be host Wednesday eve
niag at the Coliseum at what will be
known as the "American Mayers
banquet," a t which the visiting
mayors aad their wives and ether
prominent sues' s to the number of
are expected to be present
Many other elaborate events of a
public nature and free to al! w.i; fi;
oet the week.
Tbe Centennial fca
secured reduced railroad rates from
virtually all parts of the Cntted
States, including the Pacific Coast,
for Centennial week.
CITIZLN'S LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Louijville, Kv.. Sept. It'.. l:0v
Bulletin No. 37
The total amount of stock sub
scriptions received at the close of
this bulletin is Jl,003.!-0
Tbe geeeial impression about the
life issBMnee basiness is that everybody
is insored. Some people even
woader how a coayany is able to
write any more insurance.
As a matter of fact, statisttoi
bow that oet of ever
oae insarable men in th s
eoaatry do aot carry aay life ia
at all. Eighty per eeot of
those who die leave nothknc ninetv
per oeat 'eave less thaa Jlooti"",
and only ive per eent leaTe over
The annual iseoae of the p r
of this eoBBUT froat all son re - is
aboat Poarteeo BUlioa D.- .-
While oaly foar per oeat of tk: nm
is Biod to Biv for all form. , f . ..
insBraaeo policies, yet aooit e jhtv
eirht per eait of all tbe
of life iaaraae atosey.
ore thaa Ifty par oeat of cu
pie art crowaod uh Bltiatate
boss sacease. Xiaetyire per
seet with failere at oae time or
orther. while per tt
of those who reaeb tbe aee of uj
ive are depeadeat apoa c.
or other for support.
la the ifteea Soatbera States
whieb jy oat aaaaally Xiaety Mii
Koa Dollars for life iaearaoee prex.
ibbis, only s 44 per oeat oi iaurabie
lives are ia fact laicred, aac i..e
avorafe for the failed States is on4y
12 52 per eeot.
That a BUfaiiotat aeld i- ope a :
the .Ntuoaal Life
Coat pi a r. The treasare hoas frota
i i: l .- it .
i m ii m aavo to srow is praet -
wIIt liatiUesi aad as nek a
of the fabled Goleoada
We hat reaird aniirx'. . .f
leueis iaee the pahiieauoe of cur
beie out aoae of them Li-hit
the an! o aaeareU na the hen
ipaoy , , itf.,r .muJ.: ; ,j., . ,,i
the., fro 'he day of tbeir I, th;
Wli ,ntte bj 4 tloelfcviar ;a
Moadav. On. 4th aatil their de- Life who is at r re-eat in
parture six days liter. For them itj1 ortb. aad )Botc the ittter
wllbesia with a reeeptioa aad y" U b"t.
. v i i i, . . , 'I the bal etins everv dav aad
luncheon the will tacBde! ,,.,.. .,. . , , -
ir fMlcalated to create
a banquet, atteauiace at the Veiled peBty of and an excel
Prophet ball aad facilities to see vl , leal Kaa of rdeSatice tbe Southern
of the other chief events of the Pp' BP t 'hat they have been
bratioo. Adod these will b L.ni 1 $,Pis? vr l" year - a
pageants daily, and great balloon,
airship and aeroplane races.
The reception Monday will beheld
at City Hall by Miyor Frederick H.
Kreiscann, who is President of the
Immediately following, al 12:30
p. m.t a luncheon will be given at
Hotel Jefferson by the Civil league,
want of lacepesdence. to,
the organizers of tbe CiPxen National
Life ia rescuis t'.e South
from the thraldom of tb Xorth and
East. Since ertminp aurth and bear-ins
the evcaawats oa tbe lowaess of
the Sooth I am more than '
ever to sendins North aad East for1
all our needs thus depleting oar revenue,
and iacrejias: their dominion
over u.M W. ii. Gsrooav.
Z The Tale
Is neither long nor tiresome when it concerns
of a Suit
Athletic Cut" Clothes
Tiic Kind That
Keeps You Young
The clothes uc sell have
itics beyond the average
and the price is moderate
Good Materials. Foremost
ucar. Rightly. Cause
them to make a hit with
the boy and his older
Our New Fall L
New Head Covering
Men and Boys
2 We Fit All Mankind, o
INIew Fall Goods of Every
Our buer is back from the market and the neu
goods are here in bigquanities we have spared no
time nor Pains in selecting our stock and we have
no hesitancy in saving that ours is
2 COMPLETE SH0WIMG OFg
It contains all the requirements that is necessary
to make it first class
Style and with Low Prices
MEW WOOL DRESS GOODS
at the pouldt pnees in both Colored and Blacks--New
Weaves-New Pattcrnb to make Those,
Stvlish Skirts or Coat Suits. Never bctorc have
uc shown such a complete line.
Scs Our New Line
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Coats.
See Our Line of
Ladies Tailor Made Suitb
Its a new feature uith us 'and we have started
right by buying the right our suits
and prices with others--and you'll save from S2.50
to $5.00 on a Suit
SHOES FOR ALL
The Best of Shoes Ever Shown
Special Line of
LADIES FINES SHOES-MEN'S FINE
SHOES-BOYS SCHOOL SHOES-GIRLS
Walk-over Shoes for Men
Yandell-Gugenheim Co. g
Hon. Clifton J. Waddell
For Circuit Judge
and Capt. Carl
Style and wearing O'FQR
Tbe HepuMkaas of the Koartfc
Judicial itriet met ia oaaveaiioa
at Princeton on the la.. noiaMa
Hon Cliften J. Waddill for Cireait
1 Judire and Capt. Carl Hede-CB. of
Marion, for Coatwoawealth's
i The coaveatioa wa said to have
, b"en hartvoaioue throughout, the
tf oim.natioa haviaf; aace made
The coaveatioa was ealiod to order
by Chairmaa, Jao. H, HarveT. of
Madioavi!!e. Hoa. A. C. Moore.
of Marina, was made ebaimaa of
tVe oareatioa aad Ilea. W. I
CbampioB, of Saaithlaad, u eboiea
Tbe lari:e crowd seeated to be
wauioi: for oethiar aad did aot
eem '" be aiaeh laterested ia the
iipeaiDC of 'be eoareatiaa. the ap.
' po ntmr of eoaaanttee or the
mittee reports Taey were
u!v waittar for a store iaiportiat
part etery oae apparcatlv haviar
their minds fully made ap x to ho
thrv wanted for their taadrd
fr the osiee of Circuit Jadca
and fo&Bttoawealth' Attoraey
g . OA 1 . C -1 1 rinallv Lbairmaa loore tatec toM
A uracil OLUIPK U. bUUUH ,
New Flannels Flannelettes
'cu Ginghams and Percals
NevvCoton Dress Goods
n order for Cireait Jadre. At oae
tYf larce crowd beoaaie all atteatioe.
MTh" Hoa. Charted Ferrate, of
Smithlaad. arose aad wa lavited to
frot by the chairmaa ia a very
appropriate aad latereuiaK ult. he
Jj the coaveatioa oa tbe eoa
1 ditioas as they have tinted th roach
! out tht eetioa for sobm tiaat paet.
tfcr Mm bctar faniliar to every
voter ia the dfcstriet. Lie toacbod
poB tKe preeeat jary tjeteai. the
n- eoaditioo of oar cireait
and ia faet haw atterly ia
- ihie it wii to ooaviet a eertaia
a f lawleosao.
r.raili Mr. Kertatoa taeatieaod
rttr. of Hoa Cliftoa J. ATaddill
t the oae aiaa to eurr the part? to
titort in tbe Noeeaiber eleetioa.
tbe bc mit who eoald rm tbe poo.
r f thi district what tbey aaVed
f ra - (aare deaJ, eBal dtvuioa oa
. .rie aad to boaoot court. It vae
the-, that tb large erowi brake oat
ani -beer after taeer real tbe air,
aad whea Mr. R K Morgaa, ia be-1
a f of Caldwell eoaaty, soeoaded
the aad tbe aoaiaatiea vt
mai anaaiBMaslj, yeil for Waddill,
Waddill eoald be beard oa all tide
Tre that the ooaveaitoa wi q
wi.d 'r the ver ateattoa of Mr
'Vaiieil - a iae, sboaid loave bo
i ubi as to the popahrttj aa4 high
''-teem which the people bare for
tha' ireatleaaa tbroashoat tbo
eoareatioa act a
retored to orner. the Hoa. Walter
A lilaekburc. of Minoa. ia a few
w!I chosea rem irk.-, plaeod the
name of the Hon. Carl ITendersoB.
of Marion, before the eoareotioa for
the See of Commoawealth
wiia. and after the same was seconded
by Mr Morgan, in behalf of
M.t 1 II . . .
ijcii couaiv. isere betn
further nominations, the
inetrutn of the matter i that'
for a lone time pa the people
throughout this section lave had
their minds made up favori tbeje
two centlemen, and all they ask for
i now i a chance to rote for them
(The voters want them beeause they
are honest, fair and will be true to
the oath they will tale when they
enter upon their official duties.
After tbe abote nominations were
made, Mr. Jno. It. Harvey, of
put a motion before th
convention that the names of Mr
Waddill and Mr. Henderson be put
on the ballot under the Hepublicaa
device, the log cabin. The jam-was
earned after which the convert
It wa common talk on the street
in this cit) lat night and this morn
Form Caldwell Countv IBK ,h" lhe "0D" clift0D J Wtdd,i
ruini vdiuwcn uuiuji
is lheeMneil thal htd beeo
lo hooor of the ifth birthday . '
their joi,. Mir Hieklia.
Mr. I !! Moore iued invitat
to a Bambtr of hi little friend
joia hiaa id celebrating it on at
Saturday afteranoB. Sept. Is I
They wra Klixabeth Cook Ira
Higbaia, HarMai lluBm Kurlvn
Moere, Itudei Men. 1'aul Kay Men
Haael Lore, Clara Carnahan. Mabrl
the eoaventioa went itherlaed. Mary Doss, Louise D;,
Wwma Waldoo. Iliehard Hickl.n,
Charline Weldoa, George Clark,
Morris Hobinson. Harry Moore,
Neville Moore, and Dovte Carter.
e unanimoui. Ihe OCeIOD vu oiadei hinnrnni!
for the little one, and was also very
mueh enjoyed by all who planned in
In the "beau
walk," the pnxe was
wee by Harry Moore. Refreshments
eoB4itiaL of ie cream, and
cake, wa erved.
any ticket in this aectton in a Ion?
time, there betas: no blcmiihes what.
ever against biui from his
dav up t tbe present time,
Hen Carl Hndersoc is equally
as stroa. tbe people having a htgb
retard tor him for the noble aai
fearleH staad he has taken in their
behtlf :n the tit
Keallj, the te treotletuen are
s re wtaaero aad there is no mistake
a boat that.
Here And There,
Tbe eoBBty ha, bees biesed with
soae ae rata reoenUy, but not
eaearh to faraish stock water
What are yoa goiag to do aUat
tbe stoat law? Thiak about it and
be sare aad makt ao Mtitake
Tbe CaaWrlaad i'rwbytoriaai wi ;
hold their 'rebytery thi year at
I'ibef Kork. beeiaaiac Taotday aft,
tbe Int Saaday ia October.
5-ay. Bra.. 'Hilly Joel," cose ..,
ap uh year ead oi tbe attek.
Oar road overseari are pettia,:
tbeir read is fiac eoaditiea. 'too4
lioce ate xaret. aad ellins at a
iair pxtoa. Haver are picking up
all I tad aad pajiag a trood price
Tbe people of tbe raral dutnet ar
acatatt tbe aew aoot law roardlei
of politio or ay other "tick.
la a froat aiaay part of the couo
ty, atoek water ii eetliap searee
Tbora i a protrartod service s
las oa at Kama a j thi wk. IU
E U. yiaelbara is pastor of th
A reat leans i here Couotv
Coart day bayiafr, bar bos aad bui
to hi to Cbartoetoa, iio.
Several of ear eilitea
Priaretoa Moadaj Iradia it .
Coaaty (oart day.
Baak Baler n ia tbe cut M
df. He mi jaet baet froai a
to hi brother. f the iket o M
eoaatry. He aaeekf terv bi?h.t "
that Mlioa of ooaaty. V ha- '
bww mmj aeoaie ia our . t
that are ultiag of oiax m fa
We altrava kaoa arbea it.
Haat. of Star, ia eeeaiar n'
etty by the rtagiag of tbe beli
Beerybodj h wall pleated witV v
aew Xditor, aad wa taiak he r u .
bate a frah booai for wa nonec t
staadi for teaiperaaoe, edaeation an
the aabaildiaf of oar two a ,